Georgia starts inspection of petrol stations to reveal fuel quality
Georgia has started to inspect filling stations to determine the quality of fuel they sell and to protect consumers.
In order to determine the lead quantity in the fuel employees of the Environment Protection Supervision Department of the Georgian Ministry of Agriculture and Environment Protection will inspect the stations without advance notice and collect about 240 fuel samples.
The Environment Protection Supervision Department will check whether the quality of fuel is in line with current legislation in the field, Agenda.ge reported.
In Georgia the import of fuel which fails to meet mandatory standards is subject to fines of up to 10,000 GEL, while the sale of such fuel is subject to fines of 8,000 GEL.